(NEWS CENTER) -- According to Pennsylvania state police, the FBI is helping to track down the person who shot and killed a man from Poland on Saturday morning.
Trooper Robert Hicks of the Pennsylvania State Police Department says they are looking for a small pickup truck, possibly a dark-colored Ford Ranger.
Hicks says that the victim, Timothy Davision of Poland, called police around 2:10 Saturday morning and said he was being pursued by a Ford Ranger style pickup truck.
Davison indicated to police the suspect was firing a weapon at Davison's vehicle. Hicks says Davison's call disconnected when he entered Pennsylvania from Maryland.
"This appears to be random. So far in this investigating, there is nothing to appear that they knew each other."
Officials say both parties were traveling north on Interstate 81 when the suspect forced Davison's vehicle into the median and proceeded to fire several rounds into Davison's vehicle. When authorities arrived, Davison was suffering from gunshot wounds. He was transported to York Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
"This is a terrible incident, a senseless incident," says Hicks. "Our agency is definitely working as hard as we can with the information we have to piece together and find out who did this."
Hicks confirms there was an incident on Friday in a nearby town-- a driver in one vehicle fired shots at another vehicle. According to Hicks, there were no injuries and they have yet to determine if the two incidents are related.